Incomplete Manifesto for Creative Growth by Bruce Mau

Posted By admin / October, 17, 2019 /

Allow events to change you. You have to be willing to grow. Growth is different from something that happens to you. You produce it. You live it. The prerequisites for growth: the openness to experience events and the willingness to be changed by them. Forget about good. Good is a known quantity. Good is what we all…

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Helmut Newton – pioneer fashion nude photographer

Posted By admin / October, 2, 2019 /

HELMUT NEWTON pushed back the boundaries of nude photography and became one of the most recognizable figures in the fashion world. He broke the mold by remaining at the forefront of visual style for several decades – a rarity in the fashion and publishing business. But through it all he never forgot he was a…

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Portraits by Helmut Newton

Posted By admin / September, 2, 2019 /

Looking back at old classics, we are presenting a collection of portraits by Helmut Newton He led the ultimate glamorous life. He lived in the Chateau Marmont in the winter months, to keep the cold and gloom at bay, befriending Billy Wilder, Dennis Hopper and Robert Evans. He was married to fellow photographer Alice Springs,…

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Woman – Animal Headshots

Posted By admin / April, 28, 2019 /

The photo-shoot was done in 1 hour, I just made pictures of myself with the matching hairstyle and makeup, and then matched with the photos of each animal. The manipulation took me up to 20 hours for each. “Animeyed” previously appeared on many social media platforms, but now it’s an extended version with additional images….

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Surrelistic Landscape Drone Photography

Posted By admin / January, 3, 2019 /

Turkish graphic designer and photographer Aydin Büyüktas has mastered the art of surrealism, and his latest project will leave your head spinning in the best way. Büyüktas uses drones to take a series of overhead photographs, which he then blends together to produce a superb ‘declining’ effect, in which the world below looks progressively smaller…

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Double Exposures of Two of the Most Photogenic Cities in the World, New York City and London

Posted By admin / October, 14, 2017 /

Digital technology is such a good thing especially for those with extremely creative imaginations. London-based artist Daniella Zalcman realizes the concept behind her latest project, which is simply called New York + London: A Collection of Double Exposures. As the title declares, the collection is simply what it states. From the Far Rockaway to the…

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Sandro Giordano – A Fall from Grace

Posted By admin / December, 16, 2016 /

In his series “Bodies with No Regret” Italian photographer Sandro Giordano portrays a wide range of characters going down head first. Some of the falls seem truly terrible and painful, fatal even, and yet the viewer will struggle not to smile. Giordano’s orchestrated choreographies pay great attention to detail. Clothes and props hint at the…

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National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2016

Posted By admin / October, 7, 2016 /

Here is some of our picks from the best pictures submitted for the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2016 contest. Enjoy. For more visit: travel.nationalgeographic.com

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Areial Photography by night

Posted By admin / October, 12, 2015 /

It’s the world’s greatest cities as they’ve seldom been seen before. Big, bustling, buzzing, bright — yet hauntingly peaceful and intimate. Photographer Vincent Laforet spent early 2015 edging out of a helicopter door at vertigo-inducing heights of up to 12,000 feet photographing the likes of New York, Las Vegas, London, Sydney and Barcelona as night…

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The man who makes magic and madness from Photoshop

Posted By admin / September, 6, 2015 /

Martin De Pasquale is an artist and photographer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Martin is currently an art director for an advertising agency but is best known online for his incredible photo manipulations and surreal digital artworks. Using programs like Photoshop, Poser and 3DS Max, De Pasquale creates amazing images that distort the lines between…

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Combophotos

Posted By admin / August, 20, 2015 /

Atlanta based photographer and creative director Stephen McMennamy has a thing for juxtaposition. By merging unlikely combinations of his own images he creates surreal visual pairings, often playing with scale. He has coined these eye-catching pictures #ComboPhotos, and showcases them primarily through Instagram. Hunger Magazine asked Stephen what initially inspired him… “I guess the short…

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Reflections Of Their Younger Selves

Posted By admin / June, 11, 2015 /

Photographer Tom Hussey used sets of two people aged 50 years apart to create a collection of haunting photos offering an eye-opening perspective through the eyes of the aged who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease shows their extraordinary lives like never before. A long-retired firefighter catches sight of himself in a living room mirror but instead…

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An Amateur Street Photographer Taking China by Storm

Posted By admin / May, 29, 2015 /

Three months ago, Tao Liu was just a water-meter reader in the Chinese city of Hefei Early in October, in the third-tier Chinese city of Hefei in the province of Anhui, the young street photographer Tao Liu became an overnight sensation. His witty images, which poke fun at contemporary issues in China – from overindulging…

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Unsettling Surrealist Photography

Posted By admin / April, 15, 2015 /

Fran Carneros is a visual artist who chooses to express himself via the medium of photography. His website is awash with an abundance of surrealist series that are incredibly compelling to look at – from landscapes, to portraits, to street photography, these are certainly some of the most absurd images you have ever seen. For…

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Striking landscapes of Fuerteventura

Posted By admin / April, 11, 2015 /

The Canary Islands are renowned for their dramatic scenery and volcanic Landscapes which have brought thousands of tourists to their shores. We had a chance to work there for e few days so here is a few striking landscapes from Fuerteventura Island. Enjoy!

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World Press Photo 2015 winners announced

Posted By admin / March, 5, 2015 /

The jury of the 58th annual World Press Photo Contest has announced this year’s winners. In what is considered one of the most prestigious photojournalism honors, prizes were given to 42 photographers in eight categories. “World Press Photo is more interesting than being just a competition. The winning image fosters debate not only within the…

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The BK Film Awards 2015

Posted By admin / February, 20, 2015 /

The BK film  => what BK loved and hated about Thai cinema in 2014. Best Film – Teacher’s Diary (Nithiwat Tharatorn) OK, the writing or acting in this GTH rom-com won’t blow any minds, but we think it’s just about the best Thai film we watched last year. The premise of a guy falling in love…

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Overlooked Black Dogs Get Adopted With Beautiful Portraits

Posted By admin / January, 24, 2015 /

Darker-colored pups, it’s said, have a hard time finding homes — in part because their adoption photos don’t always turn out so great. Humane Society of Utah photographer Guinnevere Shuster is changing all that with a stunning new series of adoption pictures, centered around one very simple, laudable idea. “People often comment on how black…

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What three Norwegian fashionistas learned after a month in a Cambodian textile factory

Posted By admin / December, 20, 2014 /

When Norway’s largest newspaper Aftenposten sent three young fashion bloggers to Phnom Penh to work for a month at a clothing factory, they came back transformed. One of the teens, a 17-year-old fashion blogger named Anniken Jørgensen, is now criticizing fast fashion chain H&M for not paying higher wages. She is also blasting Aftenposten for…

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So you think your look is unique? – see Hans Eijkelboom’s street fashion photography

Posted By admin / November, 15, 2014 /

You could never accuse Hans Eijkelboom of a lack of dedication. For his new book, People of the Twenty-First Century, the photographer and conceptual artist spent 20 years lurking around shopping centres – initially in his native Netherlands, later in America and China. Working almost daily, he would note similarities in the appearance of passers-by…

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Very subjective list of best Thai movies ever

Posted By admin / October, 26, 2014 /

So what would be your list of best Thai movies ever? This is what we have come up with. This would be our subjective list of best Thai movies. Not in any particular order. Just a list 😉 Enjoy! Jan Dara (2001), IMDB rating 6.3/10 Jan Dara is a highly erotic-period-drama that will take your…

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Photographer Recreates Famous Portraits With John Malkovich As His Model

Posted By admin / September, 25, 2014 /

Renowned photographer Sandro Miller has worked together with legendary Hollywood A-Lister John Malkovich many times, but when Miller wanted to celebrate the photography greats that had inspired and guided him, he had to do something special. So he, with Malkovich as his dashing unisex model, recreated some of those influential photographers’ most important portraits in…

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The man behind Shockvertising – Oliviero Toscani

Posted By admin / August, 19, 2014 /

Did it integrate opposites, has it united differences under a common flag, did it break down barriers or has it sparked controversies? Be it the white girl with blonde curly hair and an African American girl embracing each other or an attempt to fight world hunger or pulsing hearts of three different races, United Colors…

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Fox India Hilton Hua Hin LookBook shoot

Posted By admin / July, 10, 2014 /

The latest Fox India Look Book was shoot by our team at Hilton in Hua Hin. See backstage video: and sample pictures:

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Henri Cartier-Bresson – Photographer who helped to establish photojournalism as an art form

Posted By admin / June, 13, 2014 /

Henri Cartier-Bresson,  (born August 22, 1908, Chanteloup, France—died August 3, 2004, Céreste), French photographer whose humane, spontaneous photographs helped establish photojournalism as an art form. His theory that photography can capture the meaning beneath outward appearance in instants of extraordinary clarity is perhaps best expressed in his book Images à la sauvette (1952; The Decisive…

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Songkran in Chiang Mai 2014 – Reportage

Posted By admin / April, 19, 2014 /

Photographing Songkran in Thailand is a bit like underater photography  😉 So here is the collection of 200 random images taken during Songkran in Chiang Mai. This is how far you can go with the cheapest DSLR wrapped in a plastic bag from 7-11 Enjoy!

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Pirelli’s 2014 – 50th Anniversary Calendar by Helmut Newton

Posted By admin / March, 22, 2014 /

THE latest Pirelli calendar will not star fashion’s current crop of supermodels as expected, rather the Italian tyre company – which launched its first risqué edition in 1964 as an marketing tool – will release an unpublished 1986 calendar shot by Helmut Newton. The original version was never launched due to a mix of factors….

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Sony World Photography Awards 2014

Posted By admin / March, 21, 2014 /

From muddy smiles to mini ponies and a rodeo in France, here are the winners of the youth and open categories in the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards source: Guardian UK

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John Stanmeyer wins World Press Photo 2014

Posted By admin / February, 17, 2014 /

John Stanmeyer, a VII Photo member and National Geographic contributor, has won World Press Photo of the Year for an image of African migrants on the shore of Djibouti, “raising their phones in an attempt to capture an inexpensive signal from neighbouring Somalia” World Press Photo of the Year 2013: 26 February 2013, Djibouti City,…

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Rig Anthony New Look Book Shoot in Bangkok

Posted By admin / January, 23, 2014 /

The latest Rig Anthony Look Book was shoot by our team at Rig Anthony Look Book Shoot at Ocean Urban Lounge in Bangkok. See backstage video: and sample pictures:

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The STORY OF GOSAIKUNDa FROM THE EYES OF THE KIDS FROM SYABRU BENSI

Posted By admin / January, 9, 2014 /

by Martushka Fromeast, Nyima Tamang “The main aim of my project is setting a clear goal and enabling a group of young people to accomplish something spectacular. I did not want 27 children in Syafrubesi, Nepal to become photographers, but I wanted them to get courage. I wanted to empower them and help tem to…

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Reuters releases its best photographs of the year 2013

Posted By admin / January, 7, 2014 /

The most astonishing pictures of 2013 – Reuters releases its best photographs of the year. See all at the Daily Mail website

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